• 1 Árbol - Tree
  • 1 Babillo
  • 1 Babillo
  • 1 Babillo
  • 1 Basilisco común
  • 1 Basilisco común
  • 1 Basilisco común
  • 1 Bejuquilla
  • 1 Bejuquilla
  • 1 Colibrí
  • 1 Colibrí
  • 1 Colibrí
  • 1 Flor - Flower
  • 1 Flor - Flower
  • 1 Gatosolo
  • 1 Gatosolo
  • 1 Gatosolo
  • 1 Gatosolo
  • 1 Gatosolo
  • 1 Grillo
  • 1 Grua del dosel - Canopy crane
  • 1 Vista desde la grua - View from the canopy crane
  • 1 Hoja - Leave
  • 1 Indio desnudo
  • 1 Jujuná
  • 1 Jujuná
  • 1 Jujuná
  • 1 Laguinita - Little Lake
  • 1 Lagunita - Little Lake
  • 1 Lagunita - Little Lake
  • 1 Mariposa buho
  • 1 Mariposa buho
  • 1 Mirador Cerro Cedro - Cerro Cedro Viewpoint
  • 1 Mono tití
  • 1 Mono tití
  • 1 Mono tití
  • 1 Mono tití
  • 1 Musgo
  • 1 Musgo
  • 1 Pájaro - Bird
  • 1 Oropéndola
  • 1 Palma Panamá
  • 1 Palma Panamá
  • 1 Perezoso de tres garras
  • 1 Perezoso de tres garras
  • 1 Rana
  • 1 Sendero La Cienaguita - La Cienaguita Trail
  • 1 Tortuga oreja roja
  • 1 Tortuga oreja roja

The proposal to create a protected area in what today is the Metropolitan Natural Park (PNM) was originated in the first Soil Management Plan for the Panama Canal Area in 1974. In 1983 the area where the park is today, was declared Curundu Recreational area and a year later after a presidential visit, the proposal to create The Metropolitan Natural Park was presented with law No. 8 on July 5, 1985.

The Metropolitan Natural Park is located in Panama City, Ancon district between Ascanio Villalaz Ave., the Amistad road and the Curundu river. MNP is the only wildlife refuge located within city boundaries...

Attractions of the park

Los Trinos lookout point: ideal for bird observation is located in the Mono Titi road. Here you will be able to enjoy the melody of a great variety of birds that inhabit the park...

Places of interest

Caobos Trail is 1.1 km. long and at its highest point, it is a natural window that allows to observe part of the Panama City and its beautiful bay area.The trail got its name by the existence, in the highest part of its route of the Sweitenia macrophylla, better known as "Caobo".